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The Hempstead Turnpike view of the Balsam Lane property in Levittown.
Jo Keohane September 11, 2013 at 10:01 pm
No full bathroom in the first floor seems foolish? What if the people who may buy the house haveRead More older or disabled family members? I understand you don't want the houses divided but you are limiting the worth too. Wouldn't that be discrimination against seniors and handicapped individuals?
Steven Nicastro September 13, 2013 at 01:41 pm
FYI - Hearing on Balsam Lane will be held on October 9 at the Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals.
Credit: Chris Boyle
Amber April 23, 2014 at 06:54 pm
UPDATE: I spoke to a representative from National Grid who called in response to my contacting TomRead More McKevitt. He told me that in order to get gas to my house we would need 16 houses between my block and the nearest line to agree to switch. He also said that they are a business, and there is (apparently) little the assemblyman can do to prompt them to expand other than contacting them to contact us. The rep I spoke to said that National Grid would send letters out asking people in my area if they want to switch, but he was skeptical that we would get enough people. He also said that having no basement makes NO difference as to if we are able to get gas lines to our house, so anyone who says differently is lying. I highly suggest that anyone who is following this thread and interested in getting more gas access to Levittown contact Tom McKevitt regardless. My letter is the only reason I spoke to this rep and was not directed to the main line where you get a flat "no". Maybe if this person gets enough contact from us it would help. I also suggest that if you know anyone on your block or in the area who is interested, that they follow suit. Good luck!
terry April 23, 2014 at 08:07 pm
I will try my best
Amber April 23, 2014 at 08:17 pm
I think that's the best any of us can do! Thanks, Terry!
osato Inc. is proposing to build four single family homes on the former site of the Motor Parkway in Levittown.
Pam L February 28, 2013 at 08:02 pm
Josato is requesting ‘special authorizations’ from the Board or Appeals to build 4-homesRead More on less than the minimum parcel width as required in the LPRD. In addition, a ‘shared driveway’ is unprecedented in Levittown. A public hearing is scheduled for Wed., March 13 at 2 pm in the Nathan LH Bennett Pavilion, Hempstead Town Hall. You may submit comments in writing before the hearing date at http://toh.li/board-of-appeals/hearings-comment-form (case # 721/09-724/09) or by mail to: Mr. David Weiss, Chairman of the Board of Appeals, One Washington Street, Hempstead, NY 11550
Henry March 11, 2013 at 02:05 pm
Please join us at tomorrow night's LPOA meeting. Tuesday, 3/12 at 7:30pm, Levittown Library,Read More Bluegrass entrance for an 11th hour update on the 'New' Crocus Lane plan scheduled to go before the TOH Board of Appeals on Wednesday. Still wondering why variances should be granted to allow LPRD non-conforming plots. Also, how town services including mail, sanitation, snow removal and emergency vehicle access will be affected by substandard road. Plus, what restrictions will be put in place to prevent more than one single-family detached building per plot. Protect us against future subdivision, detached buildings (larger than a shed), excessive 'parking lots', commercial lighting and fencing. Without iron clad building restrictions, we will not be able to guarantee the continued welfare of our town against future LPRD challenges
Henry March 11, 2013 at 02:08 pm
Please join us at tomorrow night's LPOA meeting. Tuesday, 3/12 at 7:30pm, Levittown Library,Read More Bluegrass entrance for an 11th hour update on the 'New' Crocus Lane plan scheduled to go before the TOH Board of Appeals on Wednesday. Still wondering why variances should be granted to allow LPRD non-conforming plots. Also, how town services including mail, sanitation, snow removal and emergency vehicle access will be affected by a substandard road. Plus, what restrictions will be put in place to prevent more than one single-family detached building per plot. Protect us against future subdivision, detached buildings (larger than a shed), excessive 'parking lots', commercial lighting and fencing. Without iron clad building restrictions, we will not be able to guarantee the continued welfare of our town against future LPRD challenges. Let the Board know how you feel before the hearing date at http://toh.li/board-of-appeals/hearings-comment-form (case # 721/09-724/09)
The LPOA covered a number of topics at Tuesday night's meeting.
William A. DiConza, Esq. January 9, 2013 at 01:32 pm
While the LPOA may do great work for the Levittown community, and its input may be interesting andRead More helpful at times, it has absolutely no legal jurisdiction over the North Levittown property. That property had its zoning changed decades ago and sits in the Business X zoning district of the Town.
Common sense September 30, 2012 at 08:49 pm
How is the developer obviously going to put a mosque there?
Mickey September 30, 2012 at 09:50 pm
I had heard a while back, before the church was built, that a mosque was going in there. (there isRead More one in Hicksville or Bethpage too). Then, after it was being put up, it caught fire. I heard then that the fire was started BECAUSE it was a mosque, and that after that the crosses were put up and a sign saying it was a CHURCH OF INDIA to discourage any attempt at vandalism. Why WOULDN'T a developer be able to put a mosque there? Or are you talking about what Greg mentioned... about a possible mosque being put up on the Crocus Lane site?
LLama October 1, 2012 at 03:44 pm
Mickey, without any thing to validate the building of a church or mosque, you should not be makingRead More such statements. Josato is a builder who is looking to make a tremendous amount of money building whatever he can. But as of now, he cannot do very much because of the protection of the LPRD as stated by Henry. The purpose of the LPRD is to prevent the destruction of open land as it was planned originally. The claim that it will be a 55 and over community is not written in stone, it could be a ploy to make this more appealing to the public. If the LPRD is changed to a CA, then it could be a 55 and over community or anything that the builder wants to build.. It will give not only Josato but any builder the opportunity to buy up property and build multi-family housing where ever they can, maybe next door to you.. So if a mosque is in the plans, without the LPRD it may very well come to pass as well as many other housing projects. Levittowners must attend the Oct 3 meeting to oppose the raping of Levittown we must preserve the LPRD.
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